A lot of European top clubs now have to rethink their January transfer policy as PSG star Ibrahimovic insisted he is not up for sale.
Premier League giants Manchester United and Arsenal have been heavily linked with the 34-year-old striker for the January transfer window. The Swedish attacker was also reported to be targeted by MLS clubs.
Manchester United were even ready for a sensational £57.1million bid to hijack Zlatan in January transfer window as van Gaal desperately needs spark in his attacking line but the French champions were reportedly demanding a fee in excess of £71.3m to do any kind of business.
But Ibrahimovic, who has scored 17 goals in 22 matches in all competition this season, has now revealed that “nothing [is] on the table” regarding any kind of offer over his next move and that he is happy with his life in Paris.
He said: “I have a beautiful relationship with PSG. I have no intention of leaving.” PSG also recently revealed that they will open a lucrative contract talk with their star player next month.
Club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi in an interview said: “I have a lot of respect for Ibrahimovic as a player, he always behaves professionally.
“We will never forget what he has done for PSG. The fans will always remember him. He loves Paris and PSG. Every match makes him happy like he is still 16.
“He always wants to keep going and that underlines his motivation. He gives his all for the club.
“We will discuss his future in February, to see what he wants to do. He knows that I will always support him.”
Reports in France claimed earlier, the Sweden international is likely to join Beckham’s future MLS franchise in Miami after his current contract with PSG ends at the end of this campaign.
Ibrahimovic, who is playing for PSG since 2012 helping the club to win three back to back Ligue 1 titles also revealed his interest in MLS once.
‘I would like to play in US, absolutely,’ Ibrahimovic told Yahoo Sports earlier this summer. ‘I think it would be an amazing experience.’